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Brazilian striker Fabio Junior to sign for Ahli
Published in FilGoal on 25 - 07 - 2011

Ahli are set to complete the signing of Brazilian striker Fabio Junior on a free transfer from Portugal's Naval, the Cairo club said on Tuesday.
The league champions' website said that the 28-year-old is expected to arrive in Cairo on Wednesday to put pen to paper after agreeing terms and passing a medical last week.
Fabio Junior will be the second recruit in Ahli's attacking department this summer following the arrival of Egypt striker Al-Sayed Hamdi from Petrojet earlier this month.
The Reds turned to the former Vasco da Gama striker after failing to agree terms with compatriot Bruno Moraes last month, despite announcing the deal.
Both players are believed to be recommended by manager Manuel Jose's son Rui, who is a football agent.
Fabio Junior replaces Liberian striker Francis Doe, who was released by Ahli last month after two unimpressive years with the club.
He is expected to face tough competition in Jose's star-studded frontline, which includes Egypt trio Emad Meteb, Geddo and Hamdi, in addition to Mauritanian ace Dominique da Silva.
Meanwhile, out-of-favor youngster Afrotto has received a loan offer from Kuwait's Qadsia as his future should be decided this week.

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